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By: Ben W. Kittredge, IV, MD Two patients asked me this question last week while seeing me for a second opinion regarding knee arthroscopy.   The first patient, a 19-year-old college football player, has had intermittent discomfort in his
By: Marion M. Herring, MD Shoulder dislocations are common among the young, active, athletic population. A shoulder dislocation is defined when the humerus is forced away from the glenoid completely. The humerus dislocates toward the front or
By: Daniel E. Weingold, MDThe shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body and as a result it allows us to do many things at a high level including throwing, serving, swimming, reaching, pushing, pulling and heavy lifting.  The bones in your
Dr. Paul Kiritsis out of our St. Francis location recorded this great video to explain GIRD and the throwing shoulder! {^youtubevideo|(width)640|(height)385|(fs)True|(rel)True|(url)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vAa2wZStbQ|(loop)False|(autoplay
In sports, injuries happen.  Whether recreational or competitive and despite preparation, unforeseen circumstances will occur in athletics.  Proper training, practice, and preventative measures will minimize injury and in the event of an
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